An experienced left-back who originally joined St. Albans City on loan from Dagenham & Redbridge last season before returning in March to make the move a permanent one. In between those two spells he also played five games for the Saints promotion-seeking rivals Cambridge City. His return to Clarence Park was sought after regular left-back Scott Cousins was ruled out for the remainder of the season when suffering a broken leg at Tamworth.
Scored his first goal for the Saints, in his 30th match, during a 3-0 win at Northwich Victoria on 9 September. Has since been troubled by injury returning to the squad at the end of October.
A tough-tackling left-sided player whose previous clubs include fellow Hertfordshire sides Barnet, Stevenage Borough and Boreham Wood as well as Hayes, Romford and Hendon.
He has had the honour of featuring in three overseas tours for the famed Middlesex Wanderers. In 2004 he played for the Wanderers as they defeated Racing Club Calais in France, a year later he took part in the Wanderers Centenary Tour of Japan during which times three games were played. His third tour of duty with the Wanderers came in May 2006 when the club went on a two-match ten-day tour of Botswana.